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BroadwayWorld (4/21/2020) “Regional Spotlight: How Kansas City Public Theatre is Working Through The Global Health Crisis”

Up to Date with Steve Kraske, KCUR (4/20/2020)
Nathan talks with Steve about Kansas City Public Theatre’s online programming in the midst of the Coronavirus shutdown.

New Players Expand KC Theater Scene –KC Studio Magazine (Nov/Dec 2019)
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A New Generation of Theater Artists is Changing the Game –Pitch, Best of KC 2019
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KCPublic demonstrates the Suzuki-Viewpoints actor training method for Charlotte Street Foundation’s Open Studios event

IN Kansas City Magazine: “Five Things You Don’t Know About Us: Kansas City Public Theater’s Elizabeth & Nathan Bowman”IMG_2677

KCLive on 41 Action News: “KCPublic Theatre Makes Performances Accessible for All” (5/8/2019)

Act.Land; HER OWN DEVICES Review (5/16/2019) “Sharp acting, visual humor, the piercing wit of the playwright, and a genius with the sound cues twists into an enthralling and sweet headbanger. In the end, Her Own Devices is a quirky tale of being your own best friend and the hero of your own story.”

The Wandering Playwright; Medea Review (7/22/2018) “Short review: The kind of work fringe is made for.  Visually and musically stunning.”

Kansas City Star -Medea Preview (7/13/2018) “KC Fringe Festival brings an adventurous spirit to classical themes” The KC Star highlights Medea: An American Tragedy in its coverage of KC Fringe Festival.

KCUR 89.3FM (3/2/2018) “This New Kansas City Theater Group Does Not Want to Stage its Readings in a Theater:” Elizabeth and playwright Lindsay Adams sit down with Central Standard host Brian Ellison to discuss KCPublic’s mission and their upcoming staged reading of Her Own Devices by Lindsay Adams.

KKFI 90.1FM “Arts Magazine” (2/5/2018): Elizabeth and Nathan sit down to discuss their philosophy behind KCPublic and their staged reading of Dads by Derek Trautwein.

PerformInk KC (1/18/2018) “New Open Access Theater Comes to Kansas City:” Elizabeth and Nathan chat about the founding of KCPublic, what the company has planned, and their performance of Dads by Derek Trautwein.